MIAMI, Fla. (KLKN) – In accordance to authorities in Miami, a Miami serious estate agent, Willy Suarez Maceo, age 25, was arrested on December 23rd on a single rely of murder and a single rely of tried murder following incidents two several hours apart on December 21st.
Authorities are referring to him as a “suspected serial killer,”
On December 21st at approximately 8:00 pm, a witness got the awareness of a law enforcement officer reporting a sufferer who was bleeding from their head subsequent an unprovoked attack. According to Miami Law enforcement Department in a press briefing on December 23rd, the victim is in exceptionally significant problem and is staying dealt with at a regional location healthcare facility.
About two hrs later a homeless gentleman, Jerome Antonio Value, age 56, was located deceased from a gunshot wound. According to surveillance movie at the scene, Maceo is thought to have pulled up in a black Dodge Charger, capturing the victim from his car or truck as Selling price slept on the sidewalk in Wynwood.
Bullets uncovered on each and every scene ended up immediately matched by ballistics professionals, after the crimes have been beforehand suspected to be connected due to timing and sufferer demographic.
Right after the car or truck was identified, law enforcement built get in touch with with the suspect, Willy Suarez Maceo, who experienced a gun matching the caliber utilized in both of those homicides. According to the arrest report, ballistics exams connected the 9 mm Glock to the bullets found at both equally scenes, casings had been observed on Maceo.
Investigators noticed the resemblance to a previous murder where “another homeless person was horrifically murdered,” mentioned Miami Interim Police Main Manuel Morales. The homicide took area on October 16th in the vicinity of the other attacks, the victim was identified as Manuel Perez, age 59.
In accordance to surveillance illustrations or photos, a suspect with similar options to Maceo’s and a black Dodge Charger were being at the scene of the crime.
For the duration of a courtroom appearance on Xmas Eve, Assistant General public Defender Kendal Rinko argued that there was not probable induce to maintain Maceo jailed. Rinko argued that Maceo proudly owning the gun and auto doesn’t mean he was the one who carried out the crime.
Circuit Choose Alberto Milian located there was ample proof for the charge of premeditated attempted murder. He requested Maceo to continue to be driving bars devoid of bail, citing the “peculiar pattern” of targeting homeless people in what “appears to be execution-style” assaults.
Information show Maceo is a certified actual estate broker for Century 21, the business lists him as functioning in Miami, Kendall, South Miami, and Palmetto Bay.
Miami Police Division is at this time continuing its investigation and is actively seeking for any crimes wherever homeless persons have been brutally targeted for no reason, they check with area Law enforcement Departments and the public to provide any information they can.